Background Research

What are garbage enzymes?

Garbage enzymes are a multi-purpose natural cleanser and also fertiliser. They are nothing more than vinegar produced from organic wastes. The key ingredient is the sugar that is metabolised by bacteria into alcohol which subsequently is reduced to acetic acid (vinegar). 

The organic waste refers to only fruits and vegetables. For example, the peel of the fruits and leftovers of both fruits and vegetables.

The breaking down of sugar into alcohol releases carbon dioxide. This is why one has to open the container daily to release the gas and to ensure a supply of oxygen to promote aerobic fermentation.

How do they work?

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